Person posts Craigslist ad looking for pimples to pop?! Then, mysterious “scromiting” condition hits marijuana smokers?! What is causing this? Next, viral video shows the dramatic effects of post-partum hair loss! And, Facebook messenger for kids?!
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Actress Gabrielle Union reportedly tried an at-home remedy of vanilla yogurt to treat her yeast infection, but is this a good idea or could it lead to further problems down there?
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra is weighing on two of the hottest beauty products to find out of they are a buzz or a bust!
Social media is everywhere, but does it need to part of your 6-year-old's life? Facebook has launched Messenger Kids, which is meant for kids ages 6 to 12 years old.
A new study from an online dating site found that mentioning guacamole in your profile resulted in more messages. Could it work for you?
Some parents are allegedly enlisting the help of their kids to commit crimes and The Doctors and Judge Mary Chrzanowski, also known as "Scary Mary," weigh in on this disturbing crime.
After childbirth, women go through a lot of changes. For 40-50 percent of women, hair loss is very real. Check out this incredible video of one woman's experience.
The Doctors discuss a pimple popping obsessed person that took to Craigslist to find people with pimples to pop for money.
With more states legalizing marijuana, doctors are seeing an influx of patients experiencing behavior some are calling “scromiting.”
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra tries out a Korean mask that is supposed to reduce pores, hyperpigmentation and wrinkles. But does it really work?